We often see bakeries that offer a 50% discount or promotions like buy one take one when their stores close. This usually happens at bakeries in the Malls and some actually wait and people fall in line who want to save.
But they are different and unique in a bakery known as ‘Bread Talk’ because they have never had a so-called closing promo that is why most people wonder.
Fortunately, a netizen shared her fun experience at the said bakery while staying here while waiting for his car to return home and clarifying these things.
He is known as Camae Muggle and according to his Facebook post, he also buys bakeries because of its discounts every time the stores close. While on ‘Bread Talk’ he saw a man approach the manager and he heard ‘Pwede na po?’.
Camae had previously thought that ‘Bread Talk ‘might have a closing promo’ without his knowledge, so he spoke with the manager about his doubts and here is his response:
“Maam, wala pong promo. Every night po, lahat ng natitira sa stores namin all over the world, binibigay namin sa charity. Si Kuya po yan, sila yung kumukuha evry night para ishare sa iba. So dito po sa Pilipinas, may mga chosen charity ang mga ‘Bread Talk’ stores and sa kanila namin ibinibigay. This way po, nakakasiguro kayong baked fresh na everyday ang products namin, nakakatulong pa po kami sa community.”
After that, Camae was enlightened and marveled at the unique way the company works to keep its products fresh.
“Wow! So yes, instead of offering promos to sell to people who can already afford products even when there isn’t any promo at all, ‘Bread Talk’ makes a difference by promoting love instead of profit.”
He also had lessons learned from his experiences and shared them warmly with fellow netizens.
“we cannot judge what we do not know. Just because we think we don’t benefit from one thing, it doesn’t means others (especially the ones who need it the most) don’t with the same thing.”
Meanwhile, one of the foundations supported by ‘Bread Talk’ is the ‘C.R.I.B.S. Foundation ‘where children are cared for and abandoned by their parents.
What can you say about this? Are you always waiting for the closing promos of bakeries? Do you want to try the bread at the Bread Talk Bakeries? Are you impressed by the unique ways of keeping their bread everyday baked fresh? Kindly share your comments, reactions, and thoughts with us.